What is the proper etiquette for attending an estate auction?

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What is the proper etiquette for attending an estate auction?

During our public auction we ask that you refrain from too much talking as it make it hard to hear for others that are bidding, buying, and anticipating.

As our auctions are  open to the public children are permitted but must be escorted by an adult at all times, we ask that you remove any noisy children from the gallery so that our estate sale by auction can proceed uninterrupted. 

There is no smoking permitted within our estate auction gallery.

Bidder cards must be raised high in the air to indicate your placement of a bid. If your card is not held high in he air our estate sales services staff will not see your bid and someone else will be placing the winning bid. Don’t miss out on that item that you cannot live without because you did not raise your card in the air. 

Drinks are permitted within the gallery seating area, drinks and snacks are not permitted within the estate auction inventory display area.

Parking is not permitted in front of any of the loading bay doors on the entire length of the building, no exceptions. 

 

By | 2018-03-24T05:42:40-05:00 March 24th, 2018|